TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDE, PHORATE ON THE PROSTOMIAL REGION OF EARTHWORM

TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDE, PHORATE ON THE PROSTOMIAL REGION OF EARTHWORM, METAPHIRE POSTHUMA                                            Suneel Kumar* and  Satyendra M. Singh Earthworm Toxicology Unit, Earthworm Ecology and Environmental Research Laboratory, Department of Animal Science, Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, Bareilly-243006 (Uttar Pradesh), INDIA. Corresponding author E-mail*: suzootak@gmail.com Received: 02-03-2019                                             Revised: 08-05-2019                  Read More …

HISTOPATHOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF LIVER TISSUES OF THE AFRICAN CATFISH

HISTOPATHOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF LIVER TISSUES OF THE AFRICAN CATFISH CLARIAS GARIEPINUS (BURCHELL, 1822) (TELEOSTEI: CLARIIDAE) TO THE BIOPESTICIDE, AZADIRACHTIN Samuel Tennyson1*, Thresia Mathews2 , Kanniyappan Loganathan2, Subramanian Arivoli3, Rajasingh Raveen1 and John William2 1-Department of Zoology, Madras Christian College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 2-Department of Advanced Zoology and Biotechnology, Loyola College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 3-Department of Zoology, Thiruvalluvar University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India Corresponding author E.mail1*: samtennyson@gmail.com Received: 31-01-2019                      Read More …

IMPACT OF HEAVY METAL POLLUTANT SODIUM ARSENITE ON REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS OF MALE ALBINO RATS

IMPACT OF HEAVY METAL POLLUTANT SODIUM ARSENITE ON REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS OF MALE ALBINO RATS Reema Pachnanda*, S.P. Singh and M.K. Purohit Department of Zoology, S.G.R.R.(P.G.) College, Dehradun-248001, Uttarakhand, India. Email reema_pachnanda@rediffmail.com Received: 04.06.12 Accepted: 16.01.13 Abstract: Sodium arsenite is an arsenical compound frequently used as fungicides, herbicides, rodenticides and wood preservative. It is mainly contaminated in drinking water and is associated with multiple ill effects in animal and human population such as skin problems, cancer related to lung, liver, kidney Read More …

STUDY ON FATAL HEPATIC COCCIDIOSIS IN RABBITS OF KASHMIR VALLEY

STUDY ON FATAL HEPATIC COCCIDIOSIS IN RABBITS OF KASHMIR VALLEY Asiya Magray, A. R. Khan and Majidah Rasheed P G Department of Zoology, University of Kashmir, Srinagar (J&K) India e-mail: asiya_magray @yahoo.com Abstract: Hepatic coccidiosis occurred in rabbits belonging to different ages, sexes and breeds during the years from March -2004 to February- 2006. The clinical signs were anorexia, loss of weight, pallor of mucous membrane, debilitation, list-diarrhoea, icterus and rough hair coat. Impression smears from the liver nodules revealed Read More …